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- ‘Jump on your kanga and race against your friends in a colorful online world.’
- ‘Mummy and baby Kanga are tricky. They are seeing what they can juggle.’
2A prison warder.
1920s: abbreviation; kanga (sense 2) from rhyming slang kangaroo ‘screw’.
- variant spelling of khanga
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